79958464. Baron Baldwin Wake
~1135, Baldwin born in England, s/o 159916928. Hugh le Wake & 159916929. Emma fitz Gilbert.
10/25/1154, Henry II succeeded Stephen as King of England.
1166, Baldwin Wake, Lord of Bourne certified, on the occasion of the marriage of the king's daughter, 10 knight's fees. (S) Gen. & Her. Dic. of the Peerages, Burke, 1846, P550.
1171, Baldwin Wake founded Deeping priory. (S) The Thorney Annals, Hart, 1997.
1172, Baldwin’s father died.
1179, Baldwin Wac, the lord of fief du Comte, Normandy, and Bourne, Lincolnshire, confirms a gift as overlord of Godfrey du Vivier to Mont St Michel of 5 acres of land at Herclinroche and the messuage of William de la Rue. (S) Annual Bulletin of La Société Jersiaise, Guerin, 1921.
1185-89, King Henry II confirmed the possessions of the abbey of Longues, including donations by Hugonis Wac et Baldewini filii sui. (S) FMG.
7/6/1189, Richard I succeeded Henry II as King of England.
9/3/1189, Baldwin Wake, Lord of Bourne, at in the coronation of King Richard I. (S) Visitation of the Seats, Burke, 1854, P28.
9/1190, Baldwin Wake gave £98 6s 8d to have custody of the lands of Eudo de Mumby. (S) Delafield: The Family History, V2, 1945.
9/3/1190, Baldwin with King Richard at St. Albans.
1193, Baldwin sent his son as one of 67 hostages of nobility to Germany to guarantee the ransom of King Richard I. [King Richard released 2/4/1194.]
9/1195, Baldwin paid for the passage of his son Baldwin Wake [Baldwin the son returning from being a hostage in Germany]. (S) The Itinerary of King Richard I, V51, 1935, P105.
[Undated], Baldwin Wake built a bridge at Ware, supseding the bridge at Hertford. (S) The Country Round Haileybury, Headley, 1920.
1198, Baldwin died.
Child of Baldwin and ?:
i. Baldwin Wake (39979232), born ~1155 in England.